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Exhibit Rules - Art.10

Exhibit Rules - Art.10

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Exhibit Rules - Art.10
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If a water interconnection is proposed for the facility, Exhibit 38 shall

(a) An estimate of the hourly and daily peak, and the hourly and daily
average water supply needs and consumptive water losses of the facility, in
gallons, for each day of a typical year, broken down by power production and
domestic uses, with daily, monthly and annual totals.

(b) An estimate of the daily peak, daily average, and fire suppression peak
and average flow rate needs of the facility in gallons per minute and a
demonstration that an adequate water supply is available (both quantity and
pressure) for fire protection during both normal and drought periods.

(c) A description of the methodology used (i.e., estimate, comparison, data,
calculation) to prepare the water supply needs and minimumand maximumflow
rate estimates stating all factors used.

(d) A description of the water chemistry requirements for water to be
supplied to the facility, indicating any requirements that are more stringent
than New York State standards for potable water, and describing any
additional water treatment that shall be necessary to obtain the desired

(e) An identification of the public water supply source or sources, including
an identification of the well field(s) in the localized zone, proposed to be
used by the facility, including:

(1) studies to assess the available capacity of the water supply source and
an analysis of the impacts, in terms of quantity, quality, and pressure
during both normal and drought periods of the facility's water use on
the water supply system, including an identification of the well
field(s) in the localized zone;

(2) an identification of all infrastructure requirements necessary to serve
the facility including treatment requirements;

(3) the impact of the facility on excess infrastructure capacity, including
distribution piping, mains, pumps, storage, or additional supply during
both normal and maximumsystemdemands;

(4) if use of surface water or an on-site well is proposed for water supply
for the facility, a qualitative analysis of the water balance and an
assessment of the impacts of the removal of the maximumdaily
withdrawal for the facility, particularly during drought periods, on
streamflows and the ecological balance of waterbodies, including
hydrogeological studies to clearly demonstrate the effect of this
withdrawal on any contaminant plumes that have the potential to be
influenced by the proposed well. These studies must state all methods
used to promote that this withdrawal will not adversely affect any
public or private wells.

(5) if new surface water withdrawal is proposed for water supply for the
facility, an identification and description of any water treatment
facilities and intake structures including a demonstration that each
facility represents Best Technology Available, if applicable; and



(6) an identification and description of any facility water treatment

(f) A detailed description of the proposed water interconnection, including
all interconnecting facilities, line route, size, functions, design details,
and operating characteristics.

(g) A description of the status of negotiations, and a copy of agreements
that have been executed, with municipalities, public authorities, companies
or individuals for providing water to the facility, including permitting
implications/modification requirements and restrictions, if any, imposed by
the provider, and a preliminary description of how the interconnection and
any necessary systemupgrades are to be installed, owned, maintained and

(h) An identification and evaluation of other reasonable water supply
alternatives and mitigation measures to avoid or minimize water supply
impacts, including a contingency plan, if required, for water use curtailment
during times of drought or water emergency, describing thresholds for water
use curtailment.

(i) A description and evaluation of compliance with any requirements
regarding water withdrawals contained in applicable state regulations, the
Great Lakes Compact, or any requirements of the Susquehanna and Delaware
River Basin Commissions.



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